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SOAP Tutorials - Message Exchange Patterns
This tutorial helps you to learn: What are SOAP message exchange patterns? What is Request-Response Message Exchange Pattern? What is Response Message Exchange Pattern? What is Web Method Feature? What is SOAP Action Feature?

Type: SOAP  #Views: 241  Category: Tutorial    

SOAP Message Structure - Introduction
This tutorial describes: * Generic SOAP message structure. * SOAP fault message structure.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 279  Category: Tutorial    

Quick Introduction SOAP
This tutorial describes: What is SOAP? A SOAP communication example.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 314  Category: Tutorial    

SOAP and Web Service Tutorials by Herong
This tutorial book is a collection of notes and sample codes written by the author while he was learning Web service and SOAP himself. Topics include ActivePerl, Axis, Binding, Data Model, Encoding, HTTP, Java, Message, Message Exchange Patterns, NuSOAP, online, PEAR, PHP, Properties, RPC, SOA, SOAP 1.2, SOAP Extension, SOAP::Lite, UDDI, Web Method, Web service, WSDL

Type: SOAP  #Views: 576  Category: Tutorial    

SOAP/AM - Web Services for HP NonStop Systems
SOAP/AM consists of two products: SOAP/AM Server, which allows you to expose your Pathway servers as Web Sevices, and SOAP/AM Client, which allows your NonStop-based applications to access Web Services anywhere. Both products NSK-based so they run under Guardian -- OSS is not required. Fully-functional, no-obligation 30-day evaluation available.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 589  Category: Resource    

Developing a Taste for XML-Standard Alphabet Soup
I've lost count of the number of XML standard acronyms in this alphabet soup, distinguished from the myriad of technology acronyms by the preponderance of letters X and M. Switching food metaphors, I like broccoli but I know many people do not. I also monitor the activities of the World Wide Web Consortium ("W3C") avidly, and I know most of you do not. To keep track of W3C pronouncements on everything from HTML to XML, I have developed and maintain a standards database that has swelled to over 150 entries and grows monthly. I suspect most of you do not spend your idle hours this way. So, without trying to convince you that this activity is good for you and that you should do the XML standards equivalent of eating your broccoli, I will explain why I monitor the W3C and other sites. Perhaps you'll see how stewards of econtent might also find it useful and even develop a taste for it.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 641  Category: Article    

SOAP-over-UDP
SOAP-over-UDP and related specifications are provided as-is and for review and evaluation only. BEA Systems, Lexmark, Microsoft, and Ricoh make no warrantees or representations regarding the specifications in any manner whatsoever.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 669  Category: Article    

SOAP is still not XML
I was surprised to see an old rant of mine quoted in Dr. Dobb's Python-URL. Of late I've simply ceased to think about SOAP. It has become an irrelevance. I rarely come across SOAP in my sojourns. I'm not sure whether this is just bias coloring experience. I had two recent run-ins with SOAP late last year: one while using Java and one while using Python. The state of Python's SOAP implementations seemed a complete mess because of neglect. The state of Java's SOAP implementations seemed a complete mess for a near-opposite reason: energetic conformance to the many SOAP flavors. This slavishness to SOAP's worst aspects makes it impossible to figure out how to portably work with rich data using SOAP. If you're not sticking to Java's primitive data types (in particular, if you're thinking of your data in XML terms), there is no chance these libraries will fit your head.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 631  Category: Resource    

Vordel's Web Services Security Test Tool Reveals High Adoption Rates
Vordel, the XML Web Services security company, announced that download statistics for Vordel SOAPbox reveal which industries are experiencing the fastest rate of adoption for Web Services.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 770  Category: Tool    

SOAP forms global integration
With offices in 35 countries, Future Electronics, the third largest electronic distributor in the world, has developed its own enterprise apps to run its operations. But the firm needed a way to integrate all of its global systems.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 582  Category: Article    

Using the SOAP Protocol with Java
When you're through with this sample book chapter, you'll know not only how to use SOAP straight out of the box but also how to extend SOAP to support your diverse and changing needs. You'll have also followed the development of a meaningful e-commerce Web service in Java.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 663  Category: Article    

SOAP forms global integration
With offices in 35 countries, the IT operation at Future Electronics, the third largest electronics distributor in the world, developed its own enterprise applications to run its operations. But the organization needed a way to integrate all of its global systems.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 552  Category: Article    

Understanding SOAP FAQs
SOAP allows business software programs to communicate over the Internet regardless of the platform on which they are based. The Understanding SOAP FAQs answer some of your most pressing questions about this technology and shed light on why SOAP is such an important topic.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 770  Category: Article    

Throwing SoapExceptions
Sometimes things can go wrong when code is executed, so Exceptions are thrown. When your application exposes services through a webservice layer, SoapExceptions are thrown from the server to the client. By default normal Exceptions are converted to a SoapException, resulting in a rather ugly Exception containing all information concatenated in a long String. But luckily the SOAP protocol allows any XML document to be included in SOAP error messages. This article shows how to build some helper classes to easily pass error information from the server to the client through a webservice layer.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 547  Category: Article    

I'm Going To Wash Your Mouth Out With. . .
SOAP. No, not the kind that leaves you feeling zestfully clean, the kind that allows you to do RPC over HTTP. Everyone is singing the praises of SOAP recently, especially those of us that are learning the ropes of .NET development. I, however, am not. But I haven't been singing them since SOAP and XML-RPC were first announced. I hate SOAP more than the French. (And if you're French, please knowthat I'm only kidding...)

Type: SOAP  #Views: 690  Category: Article    

Initial Setup for Sending SOAP Requests
You can send SOAP HTTP requests to the server computer that is running Microsoft® SQLXML to execute a stored procedure or an XML template. The server running SQLXML executes the requested and returns the corresponding SOAP response to the client.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 580  Category: Resource    

Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers
In this article, the author examines how JAX-RPC SOAP handlers process SOAP message headers. Specifically, he shows how a handler adds a SOAP header to an outgoing message and how a corresponding handler removes the SOAP header from an incoming message. In addition, he presents the JAX-RPC programmatic configuration and deployment models as they relate to this topic.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 560  Category: Article    

SOAP Resource Representation Header Working Draft Published
The XML Protocol Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft of SOAP Resource Representation Header. The document describes a SOAP header block that allows applications to carry a representation of a Web resource in a SOAP message. SOAP Version 1.2 is a lightweight protocol for exchanging structured information in a decentralized, distributed environment.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 491  Category: Resource    

Simply SOAP
Greetings from Redmond, I hope you are enjoying the fall season. A lot has been written about SOAP in the last year or so, but most articles spend a lot more time talking about what a SOAP message looks like rather than why you would want to use SOAP in the first place. This article by Roger discusses SOAP at a high level, in terms of both what it is and how you can use it. - Eric Schmidt

Type: SOAP  #Views: 614  Category: Article    

Get Microsoft SOAP Toolkit 2.0
Microsoft SOAP Toolkit 2.0 is available for download from the Microsoft site. Microsoft says that while the first version of the toolkit was an "experimentation release" designed to introduce developers to Web services, SOAP Toolkit 2.0 provides the SOAP infrastructure needed to build production Web services.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 1278  Category: Tool    

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